Definitions for praedialˈpri di əl

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

prae•di•alˈpri di əl(adj.)

or pre•di•al

  1. of or pertaining to land or its products.

  2. arising from or consequent upon the occupation of land.

  3. attached to land.

Origin of praedial:

1425–75; < ML praediālis landed = L praedi(um) farm, estate +-ālis -al1

prae`di•al′i•ty(n.)

Wiktionary

  1. praedial(Adjective)

    Of or pertaining to land or its products.

  2. praedial(Adjective)

    Coming from or the occupation of land.

  3. praedial(Adjective)

    Attached to the land (of slavery etc.); having to work on the land or an estate; deriving from the land.

  4. Origin: From Medieval praedialis, from praedium.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Praedial(adj)

    see Predial

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